The Streets Belong To Us

1991, 30:00 minutes


An up-to-date, finely crafted, introduction to recent events in El Salvador.
On October 31, 1989 at lunch time, a bomb ripped apart the offices of FENASTRAS, a trade union federation in El Salvador. Thirty-five people were wounded; ten were killed, including women and children. Among the dead was Febe Elizabeth Valasquez, the country's most beloved trade union leader.
The Streets Belong To Us provides a powerful and concise summary of those events and the context for such violence. It explains why so many unions and workers oppose the current U.S. backed regime.
An ideal introduction for students, Grade 12 and older.

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